Mongoose Montana XC Hardtail

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MSRP : $189.99


Product Description

The Montana can do it all. Whether you're riding mountain bike trails, riding paved paths or just running errands in the neighborhood, it's designed to do a little bit of everything. The aluminum frame is durable to handle tough terrain while remaining light and agile for paved paths. The suspension fork can absorb big bumps but won't slow you down on flat surfaces.

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Best Destination in Montana?

Hi Guys, I was planning a multi-week vacation trip this season that fell through due to financials, so I'm now considering a week(ish)-long trip that is closer to home. Montana looks beautiful, and I've never been, so I'm considering that as my destination in late August or early September. My ... Read More »

Packbike report from the Tobacco Roots, Montana

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Old Dude on Idaho/Montana trip

Only 55 so I guess I'm just relatively old! Hope I didn't wait to long to post this up but I just got serious about checking out some trails for this trip. My wife and I are pulling our trailer mostly through Idaho and a few nights in Missoula starting Monday. We live in SoCal and anxiously look fo ... Read More »

Tire Recommendations for Montana? (All Mountain Bike)

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Tire Recommendations for Montana? (All Mountain Bike)

I'm in the process of trying to figure out what new tire to try since mine are getting pretty worn down. I'm relatively new to mountain biking and have been using the stock Kenda Nevegals 26x2.35 120 tpi folding bead tires that came with my Giant Reign 1 2010. I ride the shit out of these trails ... Read More »

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